The recent video of a young girl playing on a see-saw, has gone viral on social media platforms. The video dubbed the “Gamehub Playground Video,” which was featured on Reddit and other social media platforms, has garnered a heated debate about privacy, child exploitation, and the ethical responsibilities of media companies.
The video which showed a young girl playing on a playground in a compromising position, has been highly debated. It has sparked outrage and raised fears about the potential harms of videos of this nature and the role of platforms like Reddit in circulating them.
The Gamehub Playground Video has thrown more lights on the ethical complexities of online communities like Reddit, Twitter and Facebook, where users have the liberty to post and discuss a wide range of content. While people have the freedom to share various contents, some people have taken it out of proportion.
There are people who are desperate to gain followers, likes and comments on their social media pages. Because of this, they share contents without the approval of consent of the owners. Social media companies face difficulties in enforcing clean online practices.
In the case of the Gamehub Playground Video, the line between sharing newsworthy or thought-provoking content and exploiting a vulnerable individual is almost invisible.